Posts Tagged “Milwaukee County”

Abele and Milwaukee County will make Bradford Beach “accessible.”

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Abele and Milwaukee County will make Bradford Beach “accessible.”

Abele and Milwaukee County will make Bradford Beach “accessible.” County Executive Chris Abele Monday June 3, 2019 joined Milwaukee County Parks, The Ability Center and community advocates to unveil plans to make Bradford Beach accessible for people with disabilities. Ramp Up, which is targeting a $100,000 fundraising goal, will increase accessibility to the beach through…

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Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele declares Racism as a “Public Health Crisis”

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Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele declares Racism as a “Public Health Crisis”

Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele declares Racism as a “Public Health Crisis” County Executive Chris Abele today joined Supervisor Marcelia Nicholson, Supervisor Supreme Moore Omokunde and the Office on African American Affairs (OAAA) to sign the resolution declaring racism a public health crisis. The resolution builds on the county’s efforts to ensure racial equity is…

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Milwaukee County Executive Abele and Milwaukee County Parks announce new concessions

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Milwaukee County Executive Abele and Milwaukee County Parks announce new concessions

Milwaukee County Executive Abele and Milwaukee County Parks announce new concessions The Dock will operate food and beverage options at Bradford Beach Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele and Milwaukee County Parks today announced a new food and beverage partnership at Bradford Beach this summer with CCH Management LLC (The Dock). Pending approval from the Milwaukee County…

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Milwaukee County identifies programs that could be cut

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Milwaukee County identifies programs that could be cut

Milwaukee County identifies programs that could be cut Spotlight on Services: County Programs Support Economic, Community Development MILWAUKEE – As the community continues its discussion on Milwaukee County’s budget, County Executive Chris Abele is highlighting the importance of County programs and services that are at risk of being cut by the County Board of Supervisors. Earlier this…

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